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|The Weekly Standard||The Shrinking of the Greens||2005|
|Yale Journal on Regulation||Using Federal Environmental Regulation to Bargain for Private Land Use Control||2004|
|The Weekly Standard||Inside the Bush Greenhouse||2003|
|Environmental Law Reporter||Regulatory Reform Contracts and Regulatory Reform||2002|
|Administrative Law Review||Contracting with the Regulated for Better Regulations||2001|
|Harvard Environmental Law Review||Regulation and Information Disclosure: Parallel Universes and Beyond||2001|
|Pace Environmental Law Review||Science and Public Policy: A Case Study of the Clean Air Act||1998|
|Environmental Law Reporter||Can Site-Specific Pollution Control Plans Furnish an Alternative to the Current Regulatory System and a Bridge to a New One?||1995|
|Environmental Law Reporter||The Limits of Market-Based Approaches to Environmental Protection||1994|
|Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review||Protecting the Environment' - What Does that Mean?||1994|
|Columbia Journal of Environmental Law||The Future of Federal Solid Waste Regulation||1991|
|Legal Times Magazine||Running on Empty: Auto Emission Plan Short on Specifics||1989|
|Ecology Law Quarterly||Turning the Tide on Water Quality||1988|
|Legal Times Magazine||Stiflingly Academic||1986|
|Natural Resources and the Environment||What Judges Should Know About Risk||1986|
|Washington Post "Outlook"||Why Europe Can't Clean Itself Up||1985|
|University of Pennsylvania Law Review||Why the Clean Air Act Works Badly||1981|
|Stanford Law Review||Clean Coal/Dirty Air||1981|
|Virginia Law Review||The Decline of Separation of Functions in Regulatory Agencies||1978|
|Yale Law Journal||Formal Records and Informal Rulemaking||1975|
|Harvard University Law School||N/A||N/A||N/A|
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